Quantitative Analysis of Vegetation Distribution Structure in Wetland Ecological Garden Based on Phytocoenology

Luo Zhuo

Ekoloji, 2019, Issue 108, Pages: 581-585

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Abstract

Wetland has strong material production function, which is rich in animal and plant resources. In view of the high error in the quantitative study of vegetation distribution structure in traditional wetland ecological gardens, a quantitative analysis of vegetation distribution structure in wetland ecological gardens based on phytocoenology was proposed. The connotation of phytocoenology was expounded. Based on the theory of phytocoenology, the classification of wetland ecological garden vegetation was divided into two categories: wet vegetation and aquatic vegetation. Based on the vector data of wetland vegetation extracted by Ouickbirc satellite combined with field survey, a quantitative evaluation model of wetland ecological garden vegetation distribution structure was constructed according to the theory of phytocoenology. The experimental results show that the proposed method has low quantization error, which lays a foundation for the further development of research in this field.

Keywords

phytocoenology, wetland, ecological garden, vegetation distribution structure, quantitative

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